Grateful Dead Live at P.N.E. Coliseum on 1974-05-17
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|The Race Is On|
|Ramble On Rose|
|Beat It On Down The Line|
|It Must Have Been The Roses|
|Playing In The Band|
|Me and My Uncle|
flac16; set 1,2p; hand-held external stereo mic> portable Sony cassette deck> BASF LH C120 MC> [1 cass gen for Promised only] > HD> CDWave > flac frontend > flac; Taped by: Mike Kent, transferred by Pantagruel
- 2005-05-17 12:00:26
- master cassette > HD (except for "Promised Land," from the 1st gen safety copy)
- Vancouver, BC
- <b>flac16</b>set 1,2p; hand-held external stereo mic> portable Sony cassette deck> BASF LH C120 MC> [1 cass gen for Promised only] > HD> CDWave > flac frontend > flac;
- Taped by
- Mike Kent
- Transferred by
- Pacific Coliseum
Subject: There's a SNDBD of this here on the Archive
Big River, Ship of Fools, Must've Been the Roses, Sugaree, (2nd Set!!) and China Cat> Rider. And I've heard a ton of versions of all of these. The China-Rider here is what I recommend you play for anyone brand-new to the Dead and enthusiastic, or someone skeptical and unfamiliar. If they don't "get it" after hearing that, then they just don't have a very musical mind to start with. The Charlie Miller soundboard has the complete show, and is here:
This Sugaree is so fantastic I get delirious, and I'm not even that big a fan of the song. Check that- I guess I am now! It beats any I've ever heard from '77 or any other year. But I'm partial to the early-mid '70s to begin with, so that's just my personal take on it. Regardless, crank it up!
Subject: Rest of the show
NOBODY'S FAULT BUT MINE->
EYES OF THE WORLD->
Subject: Where's the rest of the show?
Subject: Where the rest of the show!!
Subject: Great sounding AUD, quirky show
interesting show for the quirkiness. wow did that original rhythm for Loose Lucy ever not work!
Subject: Average Sound - But This is a Great Show
Promised is HOT, Ramble on Rose is great with Phil ridiculously missing those high harmony notes, there's a terrific, rare, fast version of Loose Lucy and a sweet Playing in the Band. I'm not much for the 20+ minute PITB versions from 73-74 but this one is exceptional. Garcia's tone starts out so sweet and ends like ringing a bell. And for those Donna haters out there, there's also a monstrously off-key screaming re-entrance at the PITB reprise (but Keith is great all the way thru). Plus, a terrific rockin' US Blues, too.
Weird how the crowd doesn't react very much to the new tunes - I looked it up and Mars Hotel wasn't released for another month in June 74, so I guess it shouldn't be surprising. This isn't a bad AUD at all. 3 stars for the sound, 5 for the show, so 4 overall......
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